About EirJobs.com : Providing Irish Employment Info
A Little More Info About EirJobs.com
EirJobs.com was created in the summer of 2002 as a resource for those who are searching for information about part-time jobs in Ireland. We aim show you how to find open job positions, how to apply, and how to succeed in your interview. It's our aim to bring you the relevant information & job news. The jobs market in Ireland is booming and we hope you are just as excited about working in Ireland as we are.
We realise that most of our visitors will find us through searches for 'Irish Jobs' and other related information, on Google, MSN, Yahoo, AOL, Ask, A9, Gigablast, and other search engines, so we worked long and hard to make this site easy to navigate and accessible to all the search engines.
If you have a question or feedback, please fill out our contact form [here]. We will aim to get back to you within 24 hours. We love to hear from people who look at the site, even if it's just to say a quick hello. Send Feedback.
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We use Google AdSense to serve ads. If you wish to see your ad on this site, you first need a Google AdWords account (click ). Once you have setup your AdWords account, you can use Google's SiteTarget feature to specifically target "eirjobs.com". To sign for a free account up please visit the link below:
Advertising on EirJobs.comCurrently we use AdSense from Google to generate ads on all our pages. . AdSense delivers ads based on the content of our pages, so they should be relevant and useful for you. This furthers our goal of only bring you the most relevant information on the web.
If you have a product that you would like to link in here, please use our contact form here and we will review your request as soon as possible.
About this site
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